Chaperone Definition

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1. A decrease in chaperone activity from nuclear crystallin has been showed in age - dependent fashion. 1
2. Anna Zborowska posed for two nude paintings, presumably painted in her rooms at the Sunny Hotel with Lunia acting as chaperone. 1
3. Apo E acts as a sort of biological chaperone, ferrying cholesterol and fats around the brain. 1
4. At different times Polanco, Garza, Santana and Marmalejo were assigned to these buses as drivers or chaperones. 1
5. Aunt Millie went with her as chaperone, and kept her secret. 1
6. But they could never meet without a chaperone being present. 1
7. ConclusionThe molecular chaperone activity of α crystallin was compromised by UV B irradiation in time - dependent manner. 1
8. For a moment Peng Yu-wei hesitated, his duty to chaperone the children conflicting with the explicit command of the young master. 1
9. For a moment Peng Yu-wei hesitated(sentence dictionary), his duty to chaperone the children conflicting with the explicit command of the young master. 1
10. He has signed up to be the chaperone at the dance. 1
11. Her duties as a chaperone had become less evident now that she was accustomed to Paul and had been spoken to kindly. 1
12. Her face was her chaperone. 1
13. I volunteer at his school: cut, paste, read, nourish, fund-raise, chaperone. 1
14. In my day the chaperone system was found effective in preventing this sort of thing. 1
15. Margarett snaps Miss Sheldon, chaperone of the Florentine School, and two schoolmates lounging on deck chairs. 1
16. Microsomal stress 70 protein ATPase core (STCH) is a member of the stress 70 protein chaperone family and plays a major role in the immune response and disease resistance of host. 1
17. Molecular chaperone may rescue the conformational diseases and revive the inactive enzymes in lens. 1
18. Next week he will inaugurate a new bout of direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians, chaperoned by Egypt's president and Jordan's king (see article). 1
19. Purpose : To evaluate the molecular chaperone function of α - crystallin in age - related cataract. 1
20. Surely you don't want a chaperone? 1
21. The Drowsy chaperone is a homage to American musicals of the Jazz Age. 1
22. The young princess was chaperoned wherever she went. 1
23. Then according to experiment design, the effects of rChIL-18 protein refolding yield at different densities were investigated by the systems of artificial chaperone at different densities. 1
24. They gave mice infusions of a blood-clotting factor and antibodies engineered to chaperone the factor to molecular targets in tumor vessels. 1
25. They gave mice infusions of a blood-clotting factor and antibodies engineered to chaperone the factor to molecular targets in tumor vessels. This website 1
26. Three parents went on the school ski trip as chaperones. 1
27. Thus, while Meh'Lindi padded in pursuit with her mute chaperones, Jaq was also tracking the Harlequin man. 1
28. We are only left now with the thought of flowers and not the helpful thumbs that chaperoned them into being. 1
29. We were chaperoned by our aunt. 1
30. When returning from a trip, shake the hand of every chaperone. 1
 

Chaperone

[ˈSHapəˌrōn]

NOUN

chaperones (plural noun) · chaperon (noun) · chaperons (plural noun)

  - a person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people.

VERB

chaperones (third person present) · chaperoned (past tense) · chaperoned (past participle) · chaperoning (present participle) · chaperon (verb) · chaperons (third person present)

  - accompany and look after or supervise.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En